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Connor Cochrane

Bird Habitats - Mountains

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I thought it would be fun if we made more of these habitat threads. I know mountains is a broad term, but the definition is a landform rising 1000' feet above the surrounding areas. I'll start us off.

Oriantha White-crowned Sparrow:

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Cassin's Finch:

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Canada Jay:

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2 minutes ago, Connor Cochrane said:

Lucky. Still haven't found or seen one yet.

Trust me, I've had a heck of a time finding them. I've seen 3. One by accident, the other by watching where 50 people in Yellowstone NP were watching, and this one by knowing where it was and chasing.

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7 minutes ago, Connor Cochrane said:

That's amazing. I've looked a lot in the high sierras, often where they have been seen before. Hopefully I'll get one this year.

I hope you do! Good luck!

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